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ECU Computer causing window and interior light faults?...

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by basspower, Feb 25, 2010.

  1. basspower
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    hey guys ive been getting flickering interior lights recently and my windows have been strugling to go up sometimes stoping and not going up atol and the alarm system was not working. i though the windows was maybe the realy or something and the lights and alarm was an electrical problem anyway cut a long sory short, i took it to my local garage today and they told me its the onboard ecu computer that needs replaced is this correct? i mean can that make the windows do that lol?
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    [Feb 25, 2010]
    Car Battery?

    or have the car scanned with VAGCOM
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    Could be your central convenence module, that controls most of the interia functions. Get it scanned with vag com also if it is i have a new one forsale.
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    The engine ECU has nothing to do with any of that, i guess they could be refering to the convenience module? Under the seats on a B6 iirc( I stand to be corrected)
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    [Feb 26, 2010]
    thank you guys spot on advise it was the convenience module
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